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The Singular Patagonia Puerto Bories, Chilean Patagonia, Chile

The Singular Patagonia Puerto Bories, Chilean Patagonia, Chile

The Singular Patagonia Puerto Bories


Found an hour’s walk or a 15-minute bicycle ride (the resort overlooks them out at no cost) from Puerto Natales, the resort overlooks Last Hope Sound inlet and a gorgeous mountain scene. The Torres del Paine national park is a 40-minute move by car.

Style & personality

The resort is among the most striking examples of architectural adaptation in South America, carved from a sprawling cold storage plant (which functioned between 1915-1971). Part of this building is an intriguing museum, together with the Victorian-era engine space, tannery, blacksmith shop and a lot of machines on screen; clinging on to the rear of the is a trendy, modern hotel, with lots of exposed concrete and bare wooden fittings in keeping with all the neo-industrial layout ethos.

Service & amenities

The Singular provides a selection of excellent bundles, from one-night b&b to five-day provides with meals and many trips. Staff are well-versed from the wealth of the area and may advise on everything from gentle treks to hardcore mountain biking trails. On site there is a library and dining area for winding down at the evenings, in addition to a massive spa, a heated pool, sauna, steam room, treatment rooms and a private suite with a whirlpool bathtub.

Exercise center
Room support
Steam room/hammam


The 54 big rooms and three bigger suites all have a stripped-back décor, allowing guests to concentrate on the floor-to-ceiling image windows and views of the Last Hope Sound and the Andes mountains. Custom-built furnishings are employed in most of the rooms, such as comfortable chairs and desks. The standard rooms have a king- or 2 queen-sized beds, while suites include a king-sized mattress, sofa and lounge space. All have another tub and shower, and a minibar, tv and quick free Wi-Fi.

Food & beverage

A superb breakfast buffet is served at the main restaurant, together with omelettes cooked to order. For lunch and dinner, the French chef and his army of understudies cook up amazing fish and seafood ceviches, Patagonian hare and king crab and also make decent use of local produce such as white berries, rhubarb and blossom. The pub is huge and professionally staffed and there is a romantic asador (grill) area for barbecued steak, lamb and guanaco meals.

Value for cash

Double rooms from $395 (#298) year old. Breakfast included. Free Wi-Fi.

Accessibility for guests with disabilities?

Yes, but limited. The house has ramps, one available room and a single guest space adapted for guests with disabilities, including a decrease sink and no tub.


Yes, with specific rates available to match multigenerational groups where children or older members can opt out of actions. Roll-away beds offered for under-12s. Reduced rates for 13-17 year olds.

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